Brix have been shat.
Thanks for good stuff
It's just a water bed or other water filled thing covered with a layer of grass. You can make the whole thing from stuff you can find at the home depot in at most a couple hours.
completely fake... no soil is that permeable or moves like that without fracturing
@Nathan Nah Brah. Same thing happens at the pool I work at. one of the lifegaurds drove his van over a drainage pipe outside the pool hut and now when you drain the pool one of the two pipes does this. Im not sure why the dirt stays together as one big solid layer, but it does.
It's just a layer of turf that some water got underneath. Most turf has netting in place that holds the soil together.
Not fake, seen it before IRL.
the roots might be interwind enough to hold it together? i see the water pouring out on one side though... this is still cool.
It can happen, after an earthquake in my city parts of some grass areas were similar to this, not to that extent, but because the liquefaction from under the ground had come up, there was pockets of air right underneath the soil, not that its very smart to jump on top of it
i work groundskeeping on a golf course. ive seen this before. if theres a leak underwater and the dirt is too hard, it just bubbles up underneath. we call them waterbeds. NOT FAKE.
you can see water pouring out in the corner. that little white patch kinda dead in front of the tree
This type of system is also used for fire suppression for many stores and even some housing units when a nearby fire hydrant isn't so near. A large rubber type bladder is filled and then covered for esthetic reasons, but they are also extremely large whereas this one is small. Most water holding bladders will hold 5000 gallons or more and will be fenced in to keep idiots from doing what that guy is. As for the turf, its sod and will behave and grow just like a lawn if treated properly.
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